What does the Medical Library offer?
The Medical Library offers information services to support patient care, research and education, with phone, email and in-person assistance from professional librarians.
Physicians and clinical staff can find information and services on our health care professionals' page
What does a medical librarian do?
Medical librarianship is a service profession. Medical librarians are specially trained to research and provide information about medical diagnoses, treatments, procedures, tests, research, funding and equipment for health occupation workers, patients, consumers and corporations.
Medical librarians work with doctors, nurses, therapists, pharmacists, medical students, hospital administrators and others involved in the health care profession. All of these health care employees are educated and want to see their patients receive the best possible treatment. Good information is an advantage for good health care.
Heidi Sue Adams, MS, AHIP(d), Lead Medical Librarian
Laurel Egan, MLIS, Medical Librarian (PRN)
On the first floor of the office tower at Kalispell Regional Medical Center
310 Sunnyview Lane
Kalispell, MT 59901
For Kalispell Regional Healthcare physicians and clinical staff: 24 hours a day, seven days a week.